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Alison Lincoln

With an equine science degree, Alison has taught on higher education courses in various colleges in the UK as well as managing the distance learning degree course at Warwickshire College.

Alison is also a published equine author with her book Equine Sports Coaching. Published in 2008, the book is on the recommended reading list for the British Horse Society’s coaching qualifications. She has trained and competed her own horses in the Uk up to medium level dressage, novice eventing, and fox-hunter show jumping. Currently, Alison works as a freelance groom allowing her the time to bring on her youngster for eventing.

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